Police books man for using VPN in J&K’s Rajouri

Jammu,  Police on Tuesday initiated legal proceedings against another man for using banned Virtual Private Network (VPN) on a mobile phone in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Police said that a team headed by Station House Officer Dharamsal, Vikas Kumar was on routine patrolling when they intercepted some people for routine frisking.
During the investigation, they said that it was found that a local man namely Mohammad Dishan, a resident of Brehvi Kalakote had downloaded and installed three VPN softwares in his phone thus violating DM order.
Over this, cognizance into the matter has been taken in Dharamsal police station of Rajouri.
SSP Rajouri Amritpal Singh informed that this is the third such instance of police action as two similar cases have already been registered in Rajouri district during the last two days.